woman riding Alinker along a lake
woman riding Alinker along a lake

The Alinker walking bike


Alinker bike

What is the Alinker

The Alinker is designed for your experience and how you want to stay active and engaged in life, while managing mobility challenges. Most medical devices are a technical solution for a body with a problem, it emphasizes the "problem". But we are not a “body with a problem”, we are whole humans. 

The Alinker can be described as a non-motorized walking-bike without pedals. With an adjustable saddle and handlebars, it is custom designed to challenge society’s assumptions about disability. BE designed it to be so cool that it overcomes the divide between people with and without disabilities. 

So, the Alinker is designed for how we want to live, regardless of mobility challenges. Movement is medicine and the Alinker activates the brain so it can do what it loves to do, find and create neural pathways to connect to the extremities to control their movement. The brain wants to work, you just have to activate it. 

Selma Blair with BE LinkerSelma Blair and Be Alinker

Featured review

Selma Blair

"Alinker is a game changer. Able to keep up with my son on a walk while activating my brain without overstressing my body. Thank you for this invaluable invention."

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Finance Options

Rent to Own

Own your Alinker within a year and pay the same. We offer a 0% plan. Start by paying a down payment to rent the Alinker for four (4) months. If you keep the Alinker, you then pay off the balance over eight (8) months.

This is ACCESS to your mobility


Crowdfunding gives people access to mobility through mobilizing our community. People who have no means to afford an Alinker and have little or no support network left. Together we show up for each other, and then no one is left behind. 

This is ACCESS to community

Map turtle Island

We have built the Alinker company while living and working, as uninvited visitors on the Unceded territories of all Indigenous Nations of Turtle Island. It is our work to become welcome guests.

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